Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 08_08.07.2013_MW
In This Issue:
  • What do a cat, tiki terrace, UFO, and a carnival ride have in common? They're all part of BOX Studio's colorful design for Groupon's Chicago headquarters.
  • Chris Bentley weighs in on a new Brookings report that urban economies are driving the country forward.
  • Chicago-based Ideation Studio designs a sleek restaurant with Eastern influences.
  • Chicago approves plan to revive landmark post office.
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  • Brian Newman explores the austere complexity of Donald Judd's art at St. Louis' Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts.
  • Streetcar, trolley, and rail projects are stirring development in the Midwest.
  • Non-profit challenges plans for Milwaukee's tallest tower.
  • The HKS architect talks Super Bowls, high-tech design, and originality as Minnesota's Vikings Stadium moves forward.
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  • Cleveland art institutions push uptown development.
  • Chris Bentley reviews Spontaneous Interventions, a survey of tactical urbanism at the Chicago Cultural Center.
  • An addition to Chicago's Grant Park includes a skate park.
  • Chicago orders big buildings to disclose energy usage.
  • Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture design an eco-sensitive skyscraper in Nashville.
  • Chicago's Bloomingdale Trail gets a new name and new looks as the 606.